psy450 | undergraduate
Diversity And Cultural Factors In Psychology
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Introduction to Cross Cultural Psychology
- Compare and contrast traditional and nontraditional cultures.
- Explain the differences among values, beliefs, and behaviors.
- Analyze the relationship between cultural psychology and cross cultural psychology.
- Discuss the role of critical thinking in cross-cultural psychology.
- Discuss the methodology associated with cross-cultural research.
Sociocultural Nature of Individuals I
- Discuss the roles of cognition, emotion, and motivation in cross cultural psychology.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of intelligence testing.
- Analyze theories related to intelligence.
Critical Issues in Cross Cultural Psychology
- Discuss the application of cross cultural psychology to other disciplines.
- Examine emerging issues in cross cultural psychology.
Sociocultural Nature of Individuals II
- Discuss the relationship between human development and socialization.
- Examine psychological disorders.
Social Cognition and Interaction
- Explain the relationship between social perception and social cognition.
- Discuss the concept of conformity as it relates to cross cultural psychology.
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